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KVEMNCI BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H TUESDAY. JULY 21. 1903.
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A new assortment just opened.
White Alpaca. Skirts
The Orplteimi Company plaod the
College Widow to a crowded house
last night Tho general synopsis runs
The Atwnter boys, Imlng hoard of
Dllly'e great leputatlon aB a halfback
endeavots to keep hltn at Atwnler to
play on their lean: .Jane Wither
poon, the (laughter of the president
ami famllinily kndwu ns the College
Widow, nlni( to her lepnlatlon as n
breaker of hearts, In Induced lo help
kporsuailo Hilly to remain and plat
with tho Atwnter team. Hilly s father
lias contributed largely to the endow
nietit of Hlngham and hnil also b-
linno on the lllnghnin football team
In their e.uiio ngamst Atwnter, bo ho
naturally wanted his con lo pla with
Dlliglimii. Hilly falls beforo the wIIcf
of tliu widow nnd decides to remain
and tho fun starts with plots and
counterplots between the old men on
ono side titial Hilly ,lil the Atwnter
boys on the other.
Comedy Is fatj and furious and the
-Amplications nrlslng very amusing
In the end Hilly wins tho widow
Spccl.il scenery and effects were
ihown for the first time. New niotlor
itcturos nnd vaudeville numbers be
upon acts. "The Collego widow
will bo repeated tonight nnd Wed
lesday owning and at tlie wu'Uice
hy niat'ni"' Madame Hlnnrtie rra'
will make her farewell appearance or
ruesdny evening Seats now s lllng
White Filet Net
in plain and figured for Waists and
Regal Bodice Pin
for holding Shirt-Wnist, Skirt, and
Belt together; 5 each.
The grip-fast Belt-Holder doc3 not
slip; new; 20.
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Cor. Beretania and Fort Sts.
For Your Table
We have some of the best turkeys ever sold in this
market. They were bt ought down on the Luilinc with
some delicious fresh salmon and tender, fat geese. At
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Tim tli'dlmf Inn ntwl fnrinnt onelltuc
of tho new assembly hall, annexed t
the Seaman s Institute tool; place lasi
tiliilit lwtfnr., ii lfirpn nttnllllitv nf tlo
noliilu society ami tho boys fiom the
Fleet. Tho band Horn tho U. H. a.
Wisconsin was present nnd plaee
several niipropilato selections. After
'Oino lnttoduclory remaiks by V. A
Sehaefer, president of tho Sailors
Homo Society, the following program
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assisted by Mrs. (leo. 1 Dalles nnd
Mrs. Hlehard Ivers, was earned mi'
to tho end, each number being lound
Song "Tho Spring Is Come"
Mrs. Hruco Marinll
Accompanist, Miss ('lark').
Song nnil Dance "Toivmy Atkins
nnd Dolly Grey"
Mmgaret and Helen Center
Violin Solo Walther's 1'ielslled,
fiom "Dlo Melsterslnger"
Air Vlllt.ini Ijm,.
Mrs. I.. Temiey Peck, accompanist
Vocal Duet Mendelssohn
Hrs. Hruco Mackall nnd Mrs.
Song nnd Danco "When tho Hand
.l'l.iycd 'Dlxls'" ...Margaiet Center
Piano Duet Mrs. I). Howard
Hitchcock nnd Miss Margaret Clarke
Spilng Song "I.ynca"
Mrs. Alexander I.lndsaj
Violin Obllgato by Mr. William
l.ovo. Piano Accompaniment by
Mrs. I.. Tenney l'eck.
Thousands of Aiuoiicnn women
in our home.M tiro dully saciillclug
their lives to dutv.
Jn ardor to keep tlio homo ncai
and pretty, tlio children well dressed
nnd tiilv. UOIlloll nv-nln. A femulti
weakness or (lNplui-monl is often
Itfnlltrlit mi mill llir ( (.11(1..,. I,, .11 ..,,...
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ng nloiif? from li.ul to worse,
knowing well that tlti-y ought to
huvohulploovciciiinii tho p.ihs and
aches i liieh tluili make lifeu burden.
It is to theso faithful women that
comes ns a loon and a, blessing,
as it did to Mrs. V. Ellsworth, of
Mayvllle, N. Y, and to Mrs. Y. V.
Uoyd,of Heaver Kills, l'n.,iho say:
" I was not able to do my own vrorlc,
owing to the female trouble from which
I suffered. Lydla 15. 1'lnUham's Vege
t.ibleCompouud helpdUne wonderfully,
and I am so well that I can do ns big n
day's work ns I ever did. I wish every
sick woman would try it,
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years l.vrtia K. Pink-
ham'a Vegetable Command, made
from roots and hcil. Ims lccn tho
standard remedy for female ills,
nnd has positively cmcdtliou.sandsof
women who have be' u troubled with
displacements, iulliinmiilion, ulcera
tion, llbroid tuniurs, irregularities,
periodic pains, ba kache, that hear-nig-down
tion,dizziness,orin rvotts prostration.
Why doa't you try It?
Sirs. Plnklium Invites nil sick
women to write Iicr for udvleo.
Hlio tins lftiiilcd thousands to
health. Address, Lynn, Muss.
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FOURTH OF JULY SPORTS
Wnhlawa, Knual, July 1?. Although
tho Walmea nnd Kapaa eolebralloim
of tho greatest Ameilc.m day drow
away a number of people from Kleelo,
Ilunnpopo, Wahtnwa, und Koloa, yet
thoso that stayed and loyal to Inde
pendence, did themscles eiedlt in
having gathered nt tho I.awat li ubh.
whero they Indulged In niorrynmklng
nnd feasting to "America."
That famous nnd noted spot inner
looked piettler or moio cluiri.iliK In
all Its days. Tho paitlclpalors came
In fiom all ocr, somo by tlio Wahlawi
train, othois by vehicles and it fow
It turned nut that tlio lady folks had
been planning and piep.irlug for ii
whllo back for a royal Fourth pltnlc,
each ono's sliaro near ullko In qiiim-1
tlty. Thcro wcro viands, delicacies
and lefrcshments galuro. Croquet nnd
hint tiding for gumos worn we)! iir.t
ionized till nbout 12 m, when lunch
was announced. A long liioena hnd
been spiead on tho Btuooth mnnlenle.
On this tho fowls and other eatables
that moio thnn loaded tho tables wcro
taken a hi Hawaiian.
Ilcptcsontatlvo J. 1, Sllva of Ulcelo
had forethought and had Impoit'd u
beautiful Fourth of July cage with
tho Inscription 177G-190S. It was pro
posed for W. I). Mclliydo to break It,
but this gentleman smartly maunged
to hnvo the burden passed on to Mis.
(Ireat credit Is duo Mesdaincs llro
dlo, Lennox, Manu, Kruse, as tho mov
ing spirits In this ulfalr, which was n
hugo Biiccess from nil polntB of low.
Among thoso present weie: Mr.
and Mrs. Win. Stoduit, Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Kinney and Master Kinney,
llepiohontnllvo and Mrs. .1. I. Sllva,
Mr. nnd Mis. II. II. Hrodle. Mr. nnd
Mis. J. Lennox, Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Uajllo, Mr. and Mrs. h. I,. Maun, Mi.
and Mrs. Win. Kruso, Mr. nnd Mil.
Iteuwlelt, Mr. nnd Ml 8, K. V. Kinney,
tho Misses Janet, Mablo, Minion, Kvu
and Mallo llastlo, MUs I.esllo, Misses
'Delia and Iieno Oouvela, Miss Annlo
Kruso, Messis. W. I). Mcllrydo, Juo.
Novln, Sttiait, Uiuco.
SAILORS HAVE GREAT
TIME AT DANCE
In their glory Indeed wcro tho
jackles last night nt tho Seaside a,
the lull given In their honor In the
open-air pavilion. There worn ovti
llvo hundred sailors fiom tho cllffeinit
dilps present nnd thero were partner
for eoryono that could find room ou
the crowded Bpaeo of tho big door.
Many toc,lety ladles of Honolulu
were piesent, and danced with tin
men. AH civilians wcro kept orf tin
floor nnd tho men had freo sway
There was no snobbishness (Its
placd, and fiom tho appearance
of things tho society Indies enjoyed
tho dancing ns much, If not more than
tho sailors did. Members of tho Hall
Commltteo would conio nround nni'
tell the ladles who as yet had not
danced with tho hoys In whlto that
they wero excellent dancers, these
youngsters who wero forced to spend
the greater part of tlilr tlmo on ship
board. This was a fact. They wero
excellent dancers. And tho tlmo that
they had will bo remembered for n
long tlmo to conio.
ANOTHER BID FOR
ALAKEA WHARF SHED
Although Superintendent of l.'ubllc
Works Marstun Campbell has made
no selections ye legnrrilng tho bld3
o'l tho Alnkea 3feet whaif shed, ho Is
hu-lly btud)lug them out. nnd will ,m
neunco tho sucicesfut bidder within
a few days. Till! morning no received
a letter, which was mailed In plenty of
t me, but was delayed on r.cOuimt of
tlio lack of n oik -cent post.uo stamp
fiom It. J. I'crry, nnd ho will titto this
lid Into cnnslduyAtlon. It w.w for the
WILL INSPECT OLD
Within a, very short tlmo Mnrslon
Campbell, Superintendent of Public
Works, will Eond an urehltect to the
Island of Muul to look ocr certain
matters thoro of minor (importance,
nfter which ho will go on to Hawaii
mid Inspect tho Hllo courthouse, wlikh
Is said to bo In exceedingly had condi
tion. nnglnecr I'outoau has announced at
Dijon, Krtnco, tho Invention of an
electric gun which, without explosive
of any kind, Is capable of firing Uuu
shots u minute.
1 SPORTS j
Pattoo and Schlossberg
Box 25 Rounds
ThU eenlng at Independence Hall,
jn South King and Sheridan streets,
Mike I'atton, the local" heavyweight
jhamplnn, ami Schlossberg, cham
pion heav of tho Kuvy, will box 2fi
rounds for ilielr titles. This Is the
largest list i ctont which lias been
put on In this city In many n day,
and lias tin 'Igbt-f.ius on their toes
to watch tlu outcome. Hoth men
iro confident They met recently at
tho Klshmai Uet, ptnctlcnlly boxing
for points, .iiid It did not appear that
either (ould outpoint tho other. Their
abilities will be put to a further test
this evening, in n liotit which U
unliiiie among loenl ring happenings.
Another attiactlon which Is no
mean drawing caid Is a wrestling
match. In which Sailor Roberts ex
pects to throw two men. Hocnl fans
liawi nil the faith In tho world In the
ability of this man to do the tilck,
nnd ho will hnvo u host of backers
when he steps Into the ling this eve
ning. Roberts Is the champion heavy
weight wrestler of tho Territory, who
has no competitor worth tho name in
tho local field. In Fuller of the U. S.
S. Virginia, however, nnrt Charles
worth of the I'. S. S, Georgia, ngnlnst
both of whom he will go, ho has men
who nio said by thoso who know them
to ho no mean antagonists. In fact,
It looks ns If Roberts has his work
cut out for him.
Tho other preliminary event Is to
bo n 0-round boxing contest between
Hill llulhiil of local fnmo nnd l'rcn-din-gust
of the l'. S. S, Now Jersey
llulhiil Is an ex-chnniplon who can
still go some, though not up to Ills
old-time foim. l'rcndurgnst Is a man
who lias n gol io:ord behind him.
ami ought to keep any man of his
weight working while they are inslda
tho lopes. 'Ilicj box at 110 pounds.
The acknowledged standard
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